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People often compliment me on the clothes I wear or rather how I pair colour, pattern and texture. The truth is colour was a total mystery to me for many years. I was always being told this doesn’t go with that. I had resigned myself to the fact that these were invisible rules arrived at…
Although there was no Evergreen Seed Award winner this year, we did manage honourable mention.
We are partnering with Fiesta Gardens!
Touring Barry’s garden I snapped a little video so you could get a feel for the man behind the garden. Barry shows he is a master of his craft without ever making you feel out of place. Its that balance of humour, self deprecation, and class. The video clip is called Jelena Jelena.
This design was inspired by abstract art using blocks of colour and geometic shapes to create a unique design for the client. We will be planting in the spring. This design is follows a progression of our work where we use a variety of materials to complete a project. Rachel likes to call it bricolage…
Concrete Blooms Burst was awarded the Evergreen SEED award for the greenest exhibit at Canada Blooms. In addition we also received the Leslie L. Soltie awarded for outstanding creativity in design.
Sometimes a client doesn’t need a drawing. When you want to replace, repair, redo an existing part of the landscape that is straightforward, we recommend a simpler process beginning with an initial consultation, quote, acceptance, contract, installation, warranty and maintenance.
Mikey to some great shots in late summer of our Cottingham project. This project was designed by Victoria Taylor using northern natural split drywall, a variety of grasses and halton flagstone for the flatwork.
Landscape architect Victoria Taylor designed it; Ecoman contractor Jonas Spring built it, using chunks of waste concrete – and judges awarded it for creativity.
The most urban thing in the whole building was probably the Concrete Bloom Bursts, a long garden display that cuts through the CB exhibits – a low berm of construction debris spiked with flowers, grasses, trees and shrubs.